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By Luke Carson

The occupation of Ezra Pound has come to symbolize the political developments which, it's been claimed, are inherent to modernist aesthetics. however the political impulses of the modernists can't be appropriately represented via Pound's severe positions; Pound's personal political actions and commitments don't effectively articulate the contradictory attitudes and ideology that made them attainable. through contrasting Pound's politics to the political values and ideology of Gertrude Stein and Louis Zukofsky through the melancholy, this ebook argues that those 3 very assorted writers proportion a fancy set of attitudes and ideology that are grounded in a collective social myth similar to the increase of mass intake and the emergence of company social forms.

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